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Cambodia's PM hails China for robust economic performance in past year

(Xinhua)

17:25, January 31, 2012

MONDOLKIRI, Cambodia, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday hailed China for its strong economic growth in 2011, saying China's progress has been considerably benefiting the developing countries.

"I'd like to congratulate China on its high economic growth of 9.2 percent in 2011, this is a high growth in Asia," he said during the inauguration of a China-funded national road No. 76 in Mondolkiri province, some 386 km Northeast of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia.

"It's a success for China, while the global economic growth is in the uncertain situation due to the crises in the United States and the Europe," he added.

Hun Sen added that China's progress has not only helped China itself, but it has also benefited the world, especially the developing countries, which need capitals for development.

The premier also highlighted close and good relations and cooperation between Cambodia and China, saying "Cambodia is very lucky that has a good friend like China."

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